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Disphyma crassifolium subsp. clavellatum
It grows as a prostrate, succulent shrub or annual herb, from two to 30 centimetres high. Unlike the other pigfaces its leaves are round in cross-section. Flowers are pink, purple or violet.
D. crassifolium grows in saline areas such as coastal dunes and samphire flats, and tolerates a range of soils including sand, loam and clay.
Playa de Tamarit, Santa Pola